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louisiana para conocer los daños del huracán isaac. >>> asesinan a gisela blanco que importaba más de 3 toneladas de cocaína a estados unidos en l'a década de los 80s. >>> y dan los últimos toques a la convención nacional demócrata que arranca en unas horas en charlotte carolina del norte, comenzamos >>> este es su noticiero univisión edición nocturna con ilia calderón y enrique acevedo ♪. y desde charlotte, maría elena salinas ♪. >>> qué tal, ilia tiene la noche libre, a unas horas que inicie la convención nacional demócrata en charlotte , carolina del norte, el presidente barack obama viajó a louisiana, donde se reunió con trabajadores de emergencia y ofreció ayuda para la reparación de la región tenemos los detalles. >>> el presidente barack obama llegó a louisiana para ver los daños causados por isaac y para mostrarle a los residentes que tiene la situación de recuperación bajo control. >>> estamos aquí para ayudar, dijo el presidente a su llegada, visitó el distrito bautista de saint young, una de las zonas más azotadas >>> quiero agradecer a fema y a la
pruebas o dejan eso para otro día. >> también escuchó los testimonios de los demás, los activistas dijeron estar decepcionados con la información. >> sí, acá todos los activistas que apoyaban esto. >> esto no afecta a la que le sigue del gobierno federal por aplicar perfil racial y prácticas de discriminación contra los hispanos. >> el sheriff joe arpaio se enteró hace pocas horas, su oficina siempre ha actuado de buena fe y dijo que esto no fue una victoria sino algo justo. >> es una investigación pero quedan otras investigaciones y queda la de perfil racial. >> ahora vamos con isaac. >> vamos ahora con lo último que pasa en louisiana y vemos las imágenes del globo terraqueo que nos lleva a nueva orleáns y esta es la represa que corre en peligro de romperse, por eso se ha abierto un orificio para bajar la presión, los habitantes hacen esfuerzos para regresar a la normalidad, las cifras de muertos siguen aumentando. >> Él sigue viviendo a oscuras en nueva orleáns. >> así llevamos hace cuatro días sin electricidad. >> 72 horas después los efectos se siguen sintiendo
saint young, una de las zonas más azotadas >>> quiero agradecer a fema y a las autoridades estatales y locales, porque en el pasado no vimos esta clase de coordinac . >> esto en clara referencia a las críticas que se le hicieron en el pasado al ex presidente george bush, después que el huracán katrina golpeara esa región hace 7 años. >>> en esta oportunidad declaramos el estado de emergencia rápidamente y pedimos ayuda individual para los residentes de la región. >>> el presidente barack obama dice que quiere apoyar a los residentes que están en refugios para que vuelvsan a sus viviendas lo antes posible. >>> esot para que las personas puedan tener los recursos necesario para reconstruir y enviar a sus hijos a la escuela. >>> las autoridades del estado esperan que la ayuda se extiendan a 14 distritos, hasta ahora miles de residentes han pedido ayuda para la reconstrución de sus viviendas. >>> también taban en el grupo los que volvían por primera vez a sus casas, se enfrentaron al a dura realidad de ver sus pertenencias inundadas por la tormenta. >>> muchos vieron esto por se
of the north bay. as for temperatures? mainly, mid '50s. mid '50s in napa, sunnyvale and it is going to be a nice day in the south- bay. low 80s and we will have your extended forecast coming up in just a bit. >> it was a huge night for the petaluma little league. there were honored by the oakland a's. they were invited to work out. they were greeted by cheers from the professionals. the outfielder, organize for their big path towards the little wait to get wait to get back to the community. hours because i am up from the community i was able to help out easier. gomes.. was instrumental in helping welcoming them for fund- raising efforts and congratulating. >> the firefighter recovering. and also a look at the pre bridge panel o..bascome this man is described as 40 years old. 5 ft. 7 with broad shoulders. and a flat top hair styl. he could be a risk with the recent sexual attack on this woman. >> also, this recent priest had a d u i that brought shame and disgrace upon himself. there has been no comment on the archdiocese. >> a firefighter is in stable condition after suffering a he
as well as there, reporting visibility down to 3/4s of a mile, give yourself extra time this morning. the winds light, west southwesterly breeze through the delta has weakened in the last hour or so through fairfield, 49 in santa rosa, 51 napa, our numbers within a few degrees of yesterday, some of us cooler, some of us warmer, 60 degrees livermore, 57 san jose, 54 redwood city, 50s mountain view, palo alto, 50s san francisco as well as oakland. a look at the forecast here. we have got the flow again off the coast. over the coming days it will continue to circulate that cooler air into the area. it is going to thicken our marine layer. it is going to strengthen that onshore breeze. it is going to drive our temperatures down. for today just a few degrees. the southwesterly wind will be kicking up through the delta and the bay for the afternoon. 15 to 25 miles per hour expected. >>> running you through your afternoon, by about noontime, 70s around the bay. we have got 60s along the east bay coast -- stretch there and we have got 60s along the peninsula as well as the coast and low 80s
. it is a gorgeous start to be a very nice work week. low 50s, and andrews and baltimore at 60. we are at 62 going into the 70s. i'm happy to say that only in the 70s today. here's monika samtani. she couldn't be more excited. >>> thank you so much. if you are planning to head around town, good things to report as well. no problems to report if you are planning to head inbound on i 66, all lanes are open. no issues on the beltway through the tyson's area. a live look outside if you are on the northbound side of i 35, here's what it looks like at the 14th street bridge. back over to our maps at this time, if you are planning to head over to maryland, no issues on the beltway north of town. out of southern maryland, route 210 to oxen hill, one more last live look if you are planning to head to route 50, i'll be back with more traffic at 50:00. back to you guys. >>> redskins fans have no reason to be hopeful about the future of their franchise. >> robert griffin 3, toward the end of the first quarter, this was a sign of things to come. first touchdown pass a strike number 88 went 88 yards to the hous
, 63 degrees. the low 60s right here, and the temperatures are cool. the 50s throughout the bay area with the exception of the auntie object -- auntie object. -- auntie object. >> temperatures are cool, 60s or 70s, but on monday, it will get warm. i'll have that coming up on my full report in a minute. >> campers are being warned that a deadly virus at yosemite national park is spreading. up to 10,000 campers could have been exposed to the hanta vie views which -- hanta virus varied by mice. our reporter went to the park. >> we have no reason to believe that other accommodations in the park are having this problem with the mice and putting humans in close song tact -- contact with the droppings. >> this cyrus has sick -- this virus a has sickened many. >> we heard about it. >> most who are spending the holiday weekend there are well aware of what happened. the fact that these 91 tent cabins are closed doesn't worry them. >> we'll not worry about it. >> we had a few friends that say don't go but, but i don't think they have been here. >> the mice go in the walls and go the bathroom. f
, still foggy out there. >> you are right, long the coastline fog over santa rosa, visibility down to 3/4s of a mile so the fog is back in your neighborhood. we are looking at a decent onshore breeze, actually ramping up. still weak through the delta but got that marine layer thicker, the delta breeze stronger, and that is going to again equal a bit of a cool down for your afternoon. >>> 48 in napa, 49 santa rosa, most of us within a few degrees of what we had yesterday. 60 degrees livermore, upper 50s san jose, mid-50s around redwood city, low 50s san francisco as well as oakland, 54 in concord and livermore 60 degrees. as we get outside mostly clear skies for most of us. we again do have that marine layer shooting across the bare over near oakland low clouds along the coastline and fog developing there. so for today in a nutshell mostly sunny skies, numbers come down 3 to 5 degrees, the onshore breeze strengthing, 15 to 20 miles per hour in some cases, 25 some some of our windier prone spots. giving you a look at the afternoon highs, 80 degrees petaluma, 82 san rafael, 75 oakland, low 90
to be armed and was shot by police. he is described only as a nan in his 40s who has been transported to a local hospital. concord police received a call from a resident yesterday morning. this man was at this home claiming to be armed and suicidal. this morning 8:15 police received another call the man was back again and threatening suicide. the s.w.a.t. team was brought in. at some point the man was out aside -- was outside of the house on the land asking police to shoot him. >> there were less lethal attempts to physically control him. those failed. and one of the officers had to tire. >> reporter: shot at least twice? >> more than once is what i'm saying. >> reporter: police will not say whether the man actually showed a weapon or just claim to have up with. they are not telling us what -- to have one. they are not telling us what prompted an officer to shoot the man. we do not know his identity or condition. police are still here investigating, as we speak. the shelter-in-place in this neighborhood lifted. police are expected to be here for a couple of hours investigating. laura
to be armed and was shot by police. is described only as a nan in his 40s who has been transported to a local hospital. concord police received a call from a resident yesterday morning. this man was at this home claiming to be armed and suicidal. this morning 8:15 police received another call the man was back again and threatening suicide. the s.w.a.t. team was brought in. at some point the man was out aside -- was outside of the house on the land asking police to shoot him. >> there were less lethal attempts to physically control him. those failed. and one of the officers had to tire. >> reporter: shot at least twice? >> more than once is what i'm saying. >> reporter: police will not say whether the man actually showed a weapon or just claim to have up with. they are not telling us what -- to have one. they are not telling us what prompted an officer to shoot the man. we do not know his identity or condition. police are still here investigating, as we speak. the shelter-in-place in this neighborhood lifted. police are expected to be here for a couple of hours investigating. laura anthony, ab
to carpool or use public transit with longer-than- usual traffic delays near u.s. highway 101 c >> we are very much on schedule. we should not have a problem. >>reporter: what about opening up earlier? >> that is possible but not definite. we still a lot of work. >> aside from the safer bridges the drivers will have an easier drive navigating. it will reopen because of caltrain converting a car pool lanes. >> days after id hammered louisiana the wind, the rain is still flooded. and still people are without power. there is one family has lost their homes, twice. seven years ago, hurricane katrina. >> we are here to be a part of the team in louisiana and it makes sure that >>mark: of the for the president heads to the democratic national convention, he will go to louisiana today where hurricane is it struck a lot of that area and left thousands without our krahn a lot of the land in louisiana under water. more than 100 to grouse about power. >>darya: as many as 10,000 people may have been exposed to the hantavirus at yosemite national park. anyone who stays at curry village in those
will be given one of. temperatures right now are in the mid '50s. by noon the a lot of 70's and 80's. that is indicated by the large syria the up in highs will be tuesday. into the evening things will gradually cold temperatures dropping into the '60s and '70s in the south bay, a lot of sunshine gifts as for oakland, mid-70s. tomorrow we will have a gradual cooling trend kicking in. check out comcast channel 193 furnace and whether any ties gifts for >>ysabel: those for this house from this air show off, for a pilot was unable to come up out of a 45 degree turn and crashed in a field in iowa. the crash happened during the airshow in davenport. emergency vehicles raced to the scene. he did not have enough time to eject from the aircraft. >> we saw two of them still away like they were born to do another maneuver furious i was in silly in tears because i knew of that he did not survive >> of the series did here is very emotional defenses i jumped up and start running his direction. >> the air show resumed an hour after the crash and tax were played in the pilates honor. fox >>marty
willis is concerned rights to his -- -- >>> russell crowe is thanking the u.s. coast guard for a little lift after he and friend got lost while kayaking. you can see russell in the center with coast guard officials were on routine patrol late saturday night when they heard one of the two calling for help. crowe hitched a ride back with them to hunting bay. he sent out this tweet: not lost, we knew exactly where we were pad ing around. -- paddling around, we ran out of bay. >> see all that sunshine out there, a lot going on this labor day, good morning. let's look at some of the clouds still hanging around. today probably warmest in the forecast. >>> plus, isaac's aftermath. the long and difficult process of cleaning up and rebuilding for residents along the gulf coast and the threat of flooding still exists. >> later, the special connection one diver found with a grey seal the underwater video going viral today. >>> a few hours from now president obama will visit with victims of hurricane isaac in louisiana before heading to the convention in charlotte. the storm left damage and misery
rights to his -- -- >>> russell crowe is thanking the u.s. coast guard for a little lift after he and friend got lost while kayaking. you can see russell in the center with coast guard officials were on routine patrol late saturday night when they heard one of the two calling for help. crowe hitched a ride back with them to hunting bay. he sent out this tweet: not lost, we knew exactly where we were pad ing around. -- paddling around, we ran out of bay. >> see all that sunshine out there, a lot going on this labor day, good morning. let's look at some of the clouds still hanging around. today probably warmest in the forecast. >>> plus, isaac's aftermath. the long and difficult process of cleaning up and rebuilding for residents along the gulf coast and the threat of flooding still exists. >> later, the special connection one diver found with a grey seal the underwater video going viral today. mack lyon. a timely bible lesson the lord's way. churches of christ in the to have you visit one of worship assemblies. just do that? you will. week, will you? >>> a few hours from now presid
following outrage over an anti-islam film produced in the u.s. it's the same film, u.n. officials say, sparked the deadly attack in libya that killed four americans, including a u.s. ambassador. right now outside kabul, police are firing shots in the air, trying to protect buildings downtown. pushing back an angry mob of about 800. reporting live in the news room, angie goff, news 4. >> right now it's 6:01. here's a look at storm team 4 radar, and something we have not seen in quite a while, rain. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein here with weather and traffic on the ones. >> we had to blow the dust off the radar, give it a good whack, see if it still works, and it does. >>> there is the view showing that we do have some moderate to heavy rain falling along the gulf coast. it stretches up into louisiana, arkansas, into tennessee, western kentucky. and that, yes, is advancing toward us. but ahead of that, we've got a clear sky. temperatures are chilly again this morning. only the upper 40s to near 50. most of the northern virginia, the shenandoah valley, most of maryland, only nea
demonstrators targeting u.s. con con salutes and embassies and now the leader of the hezbollah terror group getting in on the action. this teacher strike has left hundreds of children with no place to go. >> the mayor went to court. >> tonight, the labor showdown in chicago. the do not call registry was supposed to limit annoying telephone calls. >> press 89 now. >> shepard: now complaints are on the rise. tonight, is it a case of the do not call list that does not work? and the 87-year-old man who took a leap of faith with three our generations of his family first from fox this monday night, death threat for makers of islamic video. triggered backlash in 20 countries since it went viral last week. now the associated press is reporting a religious cleric in egypt has issued a fatwa, in essence a religious license to kill. in a statement posted on that militant web site, clerics said it is the duty of each muslim to kill anybody associated with the video. meantime, the protests continue. [shouting] today in beirut, lebanon knob the leader of the hezbollah terror group called people to keep d
emergency. >> you pay $150 they'll reimburse you 100s fdz you send in the document autos linda applied for the refund and submitted forms, united sent her this letter saying your request for a refund has been approved. so she waited for her $100 but that didn't quite happen. >> three days later i got a credit of $5. >> $5? there must be a mistake. she contacted united ask asked where was the rest of the money? >> they would say sorry. only recourse is e mail them. so i would e mail, again. >> united told her it could not find her records. she should send another e mail. >> i explained but i've just sent four e mails. i'm not getting a response. it became like i'm going get this no matter what. >> she was told all records changed when united merged with continental airline autos my ticket number, my claim number. nothing was valid anymore. there is no way to look it up. so that is when i called 7 on your side. >> we contacted united airline asks within days linda received her refound. not $5 or $100 but the entire $150. and united said we review on a case by case basis. after reviewing
of folks in the eastern u.s. still about 40 minutes or so till sunrise. 80 degrees by noon. we'll have scattered showers and storms at times today. it's not going to rain all day. that threat, though, is with us. even this morning we have some showers. high temperatures in the lower 80s. it is a sticky morning. humidity levels are way up. it's 70 now in winchester and martinsburg. 72 in leesburg this morning along with bill in newland. got 74 from prince frederick and bowie. 77 sticky degrees in reidville. kind of disgusting out there this morning. 78 in annapolis. looking at the satellite and radar from yesterday afternoon and evening, yes, big time showers and storms over toward d.c. had some flooding last night. we'll get you up to date on that with kristin fisher in just a moment. this morning isolated showers is what we're looking at down here in prince william county trying to get into southern fairfax county. 234 just clear now if you're taking that from manassas down toward 95. and there it is, not much there. just south. a very light shower moving north and east. we check in n
into the low 80s. some spots even staying in the upper 70s with scattered showers and storms. right now a very muggy 75 in d.c. we do have 60s in garrett county and also in harrisonburg, stanton area but the rest of the area all in the low to mid-70s except annapolis which is at 79 degrees. scattered showers this morning. had some heavy ones in spots last night but this morning just want to show you here we are in fairfax county down through areas just west of 95, south of haymarket there in prince william and down to the south on 95 near stafford. >>> good morning. things are looking great outside all around the beltway and northbound on i-95 the. as you come up from dale city to woodbridge, up into springfield, the lanes are open. and no problems on 395. we'll take a live look first there on the northbound side where you can see that traffic is very light. there's no one there. no hov restrictions by the way in maryland or virginia except on route 50 as you come in on route 50. you will have hov restrictions in maryland. here's what it looks like inside the beltway on 66. no issues to report
. of warm temperatures and a holiday weekend. >> you could want to go to the beaches with 70's and there are two baseball games. right now, clear conditions. hi localized, dense fog particularly for the san francisco peninsula coast. with even zero visibility. along highway 1 01 and for the most part we are sitting in the 50s. mostly sunny and some of those areas could get to the low mid 90's. full details on the afternoon highs coming up. >> no problems on the commute. if you were driving on the san mateo commute. the primary alternate route remains closed for an additional 24 hours. it is expected to open tomorrow at 5:00 a.m. the east bay, no problems on the 580. >> our breaking, developing story out of the east bay. this officer involved shooting and leftone man was killed and another injured in an officer-involved shooting >> correct the 21 year-old man was shot in the buttocks and is recovering. however, the 23 year-old has been killed from injuries. this happened on sunday morning two officers were on patrol in the 100 block of pepper drive -- an area known for recent g
. it is gorgeous out there. put on the sun block. we will have sunshine. it will be in the upper 70s. for the second half of the day. waking up with patchy dense fog. we have a live look there at the he sunshine above the low clout deck and many of us waking up with sunshine this morning in which case we did not yesterday. san jose, and the inward areas. and if you are waking up with sunshine, chances are you are several degrees cooler than where we were yesterday morning at this hour. you can see the satellite giving awe view of the mostly clear skies. as we progress through today. you will notice the warm up in the neighborhood. five to 10 degrees expected by the second half. calm conditions around oakland and santa rosa santa rosa and the on shore breeze is clipped quite a bit. a lot of changes going on this morning. temperatures in the low 50s as well as napa. and into concourt, mid 50s and south bay. upper 40s in some cases along the peninsula. and a chilly start right along the coast. we will have the current temperatures coming up in a little bit. ridge of high pressure is bui
of love pam. >> i know. we don't like it hot, it will be a bit uncomfortable. low-to-mid 90s and waking up with clear sky and sunny warm weather is in store for the second half and i am going to show you all of this coming it up in just about 10 minutes. >> we have a lot of fog, here is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza and you can see traffic is flowing nicely into san francisco this morning and up next we have a look at the san mateo brim and traffic is -- bridge and traffic is flowing nicely as you make your way towards hayward or or the other side. >> we are following breaking news, pam? and good morning jeanine, she has more on the injuries. >> reporter: crime tape is here because a man was found stabbed inside this home you are looking at. right now officers are inside and we don't know if there are any residents left but they are looking for a weapon it. in the last 20 minutes, it all took place around 330 and they end inside the home and officers said he was unable to speak when they arrived. his condition is unknown at this time but they are proud in a meadow park to help him sp
the bay this morning. the afternoon seabreeze will be with us. our high for today, 60s at the coast, 70s around the bay, 90s for the hottest spots. i'll show you the numbers outside your door at this hour and what you can expect for the afternoon, coming up. >>> two children kidnapped by their father have been rescued, after spending three days on a stolen yacht. ktvus allie rasmus is live in alameda, where their father stole the boat and took them out to sea. >> reporter: that's right. the boat used in this apparent child abduction was stolen from this harbor, bolina bay in alameda. this is video of the mother and her two kids, being driven back to safety by san francisco police. the children's father, 42-year-old christopher maffei is accused of kidnapping the two children from their mother's south san francisco home earlier this week. he then stole this boat from the alameda harbor and took off with his two small children on board heading south. last night around 7:30, u.s. coastguard, police and even the fbi were involved in the search and were able to locate the boat off the coast n
>> in the south bay temperatures or in the upper 70's in one one and a chance of thunderstorms into tomorrow. whatever his mid-50s as we head out tomorrow morning. in a chance of showers of the remnants of tropical cyclone john. >> apple has sent out there in by its foreign of them being held bonds of timber 12 12 in s francisco. that is next wednesday. [ male announcer ] sizzler's classic tri-tip and endless salad bar for $11.99. we start with tri-tip that's cut fresh daily, add in seasonal salads, soups, and sweet treats. sizzler. member month barack obama and mitt romney rose a bit in this aerospace gear >>robin: technology has taken center stage during this election campaign. the president was wrong last wednesday for asked me anything he entered 10 of the most popular questions. >> normally conventions and television debates with the only ways to speak with the public. this new form will improve access and engagement. ron >> analysts say that the campaign is about communication it is about reaching people in mobilizing people. >>catherine: messages can be targeted across many sites
where temperatures have dropped into the mid-40s. if you are planning out the rest of your day, starting out with a lot of clouds. visibility down to a quarter meal. but by noontime we will see warmer temperatures and more sunshine with numbers in the mid-60s in the inland valleys and take a look where we warm up inland, near 80 around the bay and 90 inland, staying the 60s at the coast. the sea breeze is backing off and the marine layer is quite compressed. be careful if you are traveling this morning, especially in the north bay. terry. >> thanks very much. this morning we begin with a special prayer vinal i will for a vittcally injured san jose firefighter. it will be heliat 4:00 this morning. this is in honor of 41-year-old veteran firefighter frank ryan who remains in intensive care. he collapsed while battling the fire at state patrick's cathedral. we have an update from the hospital. >>> more than 200 st. pat tricks cathedral parishioners crowded the gymnasium at the school to say mass. they have to worship here because the fire broke out and heavily damaged their church on east s
suicide bombers drove into the base killing four civilians and wounding 77 u.s. troops. >>> the remnants of hurricane isaac passing over the mid mississippi and lower ohio valleys right now. it's bringing threats of heavy rain and isolated tornadod. the storm is responsible for seven deaths in the u.s. alone, five in louisiana and two in mississippi, now the long and expensive clean-up and we'll have more on isaac coming up a bit later in the broadcast. >>> president barack obama began his road to charlotte tour today as he heads toward next week's democratic national convention. from the next four days he'll campaign in battleground states as well as visit the hurricane ravaged gulf coast. the challenger, gop presidential candidate mitt romney also campaigning in the battleground states. hoping to keep the momentum from last week's republican national convention. drew levinson reports both men took jabs at one another out on the campaign trail today. >> reporter: president barack obama went to iowa. the state which four years ago propelled him to the white house. [ cheering and applause
" finally leaking out this morning. new details about the chaos in the moments before navy s.e.a.l.s ambushed an killed osama bin laden. >>> power less. hundreds of thousands still without power days after hurricane isaac ripped through the gulf coast as the army corps of engineers tried to figure out whether the levees in new orleans actually made the flooding outside the city worse. >>> and tom cruise's block bluster, "vanity fair" reporting this morning the church of scientology auditioned potential wives for tom cruise before katie holmes was in the picture. the startling claims about cruise and the church today, the startling claims about cruise and the church today, sunday, september 2nd, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning. and welcome to "today." i'm lester holt. >> i'm jenna wolf. "no easy day" not out until tuesday, yet we're learning so much more about it. we've known the broad outline of the frenzied moments leading up to the raid. we haven been told the exact details. they're starting to come out. >> we're seeing excerpts from the book wr
weekend. how about upper 70s? a little bit better than yesterday, 60s for highs, but now there's signs out there that warning trends will kick in tomorrow. we're talking 90s in your forecast. we'll have a look at that when we come right back. hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pioneering innovations that make banking simple. deposit a check with a photo. pay someone with an email. and bank seamlessly with our award-winning mobile app. take a step forward... and chase what matters. >>> the petaluma little league will be honored with a parade tomorrow afternoon and it will be a thrill for sure, but they are already riding high after rubbing elbows and playing catch with the oakland a's before the a's game friday night, here's the story of a night they'll probably never forget. >> reporter: on the field at the a's game the petaluma little leaguers get a standing ovation and the thrill of a lifetime, one-on-one time with the pros. >> because it's just awesome to meet the a's, pro baseball pla
the coast line. see low pressure mainly in the low mid 50's perhaps upper 40's north bay valley there water vapor satellite image this area of orange color here indicates very dry air aloft. that dry air will soon be replaced by more moist air as we pull back and show you the remnant of tropical storm elian a and moisture from tropical depression john flowing in our direction. in our direction already and reaching us soon. start the forecast animation at 11:00 o'clock tonight and overnight tomorrow night into wednesday we see some of the clouds and sub tropical moisture flowing up into the bay area and by wednesday slight chance of showers mainly south of monterey or from monterey south ward but still close enough that it is important to post it and show you it is on its way. tomorrow nothing but mainly sunny skies on the way and another warm day as well south bay high pressure mainly in the mid upper 80's. 85 at san jose. 86 at cupertino. up to 90 at los gatos. peninsula we see high high ranging from mid 70's to 80's. 75 at millbrae. 78 san mateo o. 83 at palo alto. mount view. o
. for our east bay shore, a temperatures of the '60s. nathan 1/2 1/2 law >>catherine: and now that the republican national convention has a rack that high growth in orbit or ahead of the the lack of the consummate the democrats will have their big moment in a few days. conflict >> the gop is getting back on the campaign trail to push their message to voters. >> if you listen to the last guy running for president, he laid out what fee was going to do but was unable to do it. it is time to give someone else a chance. >> all brand campaign in virginia. the democrats are gearing up for their time in the spotlight. >> with the the democratic national the alleged in a few days away, party leaders are in full swing. >> the fourth official day of the dnc starts on tuesday after a kid off the festival labor day. >>catherine: a big talking points from - 9 - 9 cover the o performance from actor clint eastwood. more on that coming up at 5:30 p.m.. the james lick is beginning to slow down. it was, what is after the break. call you're on timeout leo! some things won't last 25 years. a
. >> more than an incon seasons. it continue 0s to be dangerous for everybody. reporter: hundreds of thousands are without electricity in the sweltering southern summer. >> i have a generator now. bought it yesterday, which is better but still miserable. >> now we need the things that are not going to spoil in the refrigerator. >> you can sit eat in this new orleans restaurant but by candlelight. >> we don't have any power since tuesday night so we cooked the meat stuff, and we. reporter: thousands are stranded in shelters, wondering when they'll see their homes again. >> we evacuated monday and it's been really hard on us. >> one day at a time. take it like that. reporter: for others, home is just a memory. >> some people probably aren't going back because there's nothing to go back to. reporter: isaac shut down gulf refine riz that produce 10% of the nation's falls,ing a sell writing a spike in gas prices just in time to make your labor a little harder to pay for foe labor day drive. >>> in louisiana, this may -- scene after flood water unearthed caskets in a graveyard. isaac re
and coalition troops have brought u.s. training of afghanstan security forces to a halt. a string of attacks against american troops and their own soldiers are bringing about new procedures for screening new recruits. the u.s. special forces in afghanistan said the training will stand down for a month or two, allowing existing recruits to be re-evaluated to weed out any insurgents. last month a marine captain with family ties to the bay area was killed by an ambush by a security member of the afghan security forces in training. captain matt was on his fourth tour of duty when he was shot by an afghan place officer he was training. the decision affected about 1,000 current trainees. >>> in louisiana an evacuation order remains in effect after hurricane isaac. it's happening in a rural area near slidell. official believe a lock from a die version canal is going to fail and possibly flood hundreds of homes. area waterways are swollen because of the heavy rains from the hurricane. as abc news reports, the gulf coast could take a long time to get back to normal. >> even as a ghost of it's former
that grab a jacket, especially north and west. temperatures down in the mid- 50s. it's 6:00 a.m. here comes monika with timesaver traffic. >>> good morning. for the most parpts our major thorough -- part our major thoroughfares are looking fine. on 95 northbound north of dale city, a disabled vehicle in the left center lane. southbound 270 has been incident free this morning. no big deals to report as you head from frederick down to clarksburg and the point where the lanes divide. you've got your usual slowdowns. let's take a live look jut side if you're planning to -- outside if you're planning to head to the beltway near georgia avenue. brake lights from 95 as you head into silver spring. if you're planning to head to the northbound side of 95 and 395 again just your normal slow stuff up to the 14th street bridge. back over to our graphics. again marc penn line delays 30 to 60 minutes, restricted speeds due to the storms yesterday between d.c. and bowie and also number 403 is canceled. you can use metro this morning. i'll be back with more traffic at 6:11. >> thanks, monika. we'll see you
europeans arrived, 10 flags have flown over the territory. that's more than any other u.s. state. in 1519, spanish explorers planted their flag. they were followed by the french in 1682. later on, napoleon's tricolor was displayed. then, in 1763, great britain gained a foothold in the region. in 1810, local colonists united against the british under a flag known as "the bonnie blue." finally, in 1812, louisiana achieved statehood. it looked like the stars and stripes were here to stay. but with the civil war, louisiana withdrew from the union. it declared itself a republic -- with its own flag, of course, but two months later, it joined the confederacy. louisianans would live under two different confederate flags before the war ended. finally in 1912, louisiana adopted the flag we see today. >> the louisiana flag, i love, because it's a story of unconditional love. what the settlers saw, according to louisiana legend, when they first arrived there were these brown pelicans. and if food was scarce, what the mother pelicans would do was peck at their breasts until they bled, and they would
a degree or two of how we woke up yesterday morning. 57 livermore. mid-50s in concord. we do have a little bit of patchy drizzle over and along the coastline, over parts of the bay and again the east bay. it looks like by noontime or so before we begin to see the burnoff. once again mostly cloudy skies. the time stamp here says noon. takes until the afternoon. then it will continue to hug the coast for most of the day. we could see it thin out just a little bit and then it will be back. if you're headed to monterey bay for your weekend, we do have that south swell still over areas of santa cruz including the boardwalk beach. the south facing beachless have heightened risk for rip currents as well as larger breaks at the shore. so that the to be aware of if you're going to be out there. keep an eye on the little ones. 75 this afternoon for know sad dough. -- novato. over the north bay these numbers a lot like yesterday. perhaps a tad warmer but as we head east, these temperatures anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. again livermore 67 degrees and mostly cloudy skies yesterda
. investigatorers say the woman was likely in her 20s and either asian or hispanic. the death is being investigated as a homicide, but so far no cause of death because the body has been so badly decomposed. >>> a 7.6 magnitude earthquake rumbled off the eastern coast of the philippines today destroying roads and bridges while sending people rushing to higher ground. so far one person has been reported dead. the usgs tells us the quake produced a very small tsunami, just one inch. this was a rare event. the first time in almost 20 years the philippines have seen a quake of that magnitude originating from that fault. it's the same type of fault off japan, alaska, oregon, and washington state. >> these types of faults are capable of producing the eight to nine events. in california we're split because of the plate boundary we are here along the coast of california. and these -- generally we have up to a magnitude eight is our largest event. that's the 1906 type of events. >> the usgs says there's a 63% chance the bay area will magnitude a 6.7 quake within the next 25 to 30 years. >>> well, it is getaw
in the 1970s. and she was very generous and sweet and took me along for this ride, and this is the story from that ride which is entitled letter from a birmingham suburb. it's way too early. the sun is barely out, it's cold out, and alicia thomas is warming up the engine of her big yellow school bus. she cranks the heat for her two boys. still bundled up, they're pulling out their schoolbooks. up in the front row i reach over and hand miss alicia the warm cup of coffee i'd promised when she invited me along for the ride. she says thank you with a sweet, sunny alabama smile. we idle a few minutes, then she puts the bus in gear, and we're off. alicia thomas drives the bus. not the regular bus and not the short bus. she drives the other bus, the bus that brings the black kids. every weekday morning for nearly four decades her bus, or a bus quite like it, has followed the same route out there the suburbs of birmingham up columbian that road and out into the ox omore valley below. there in oxmore the bus picks up its quota and hauls it back to the lille hi-white enclave where i went to high school
to come back on. >> more than an incon seasons. it continue 0s to be dangerous for everybody. reporter: hundreds of thousands are without electricity in the sweltering southern summer. >> i have a generator now. bought it yesterday, which is better but still miserable. >> now we need the things that are not going to spoil in the refrigerator. >> you can sit eat in this new orleans restaurant but by candlelight. >> we don't have any power since tuesday night so we cooked the meat stuff, and we. reporter: thousands are stranded in shelters, wondering when they'll see their homes again. >> we evacuated monday and it's been really hard on us. >> one day at a time. take it like that. reporter: for others, home is just a memory. >> some people probably aren't going back because there's nothing to go back to. reporter: isaac shut down gulf refine riz that produce 10% of the nation's falls,ing a sell writing a spike in gas prices just in time to make your labor a little harder to pay for foe labor day drive. >>> inouisiana, louisiana, this- scene after flood water unearthed caskets in a gravey
in the '50s. used high- pressure in command of the pacific clinton and another one did for the show since come the end as we get into wednesday. we back down to the mid '80s-state in mainland. >>> it is and then lend the pit east of highway ford appeared chp is on scene. if you haven't a leaflet to catch it as a fall its 71 mi. per hour is to work your way all along highway 1 01. >>> is another big win for presidential politics su good >>> the republicans are going to be showing the presence here. the democratic national convention unofficially kicks up to date to in uptown charlotte. >>> president obama continues his march toward charlotte. with a campaign stop a member of the republican ticket will reach north carolina fires. vice- president john kenneth bit padded bras and campaigns in greenville today and will come armed with one question. are you better off today the work for years ago? democrats city let's not forget just how things were four years ago. >>> in the quarter before the president took office last million jobs created our country was bleeding. our financial system was on
clinton tonight in charlotte. my guess is we'll get a great rendition of how good things were in the 1990s but we're not going to hear much about how things have been in the last four years. >> holman: meanwhile republican presidential nominee mitt romney continued debate preparations at a private home in vermont. however he took a quick trip to an appliance store in nearby lebanon, new hampshire, where he spoke with supporters about the needs of small business. wall street hesitated today, after a profit warning from the shipping giant fed-ex. the company said it's being hurt by a slowdown in business-- the latest sign that the global economy is dialing back. that was enough to keep stocks in check. the dow jones industrial average gained 11 points to close at 13,047. the nasdaq fell five points to close at 3,069. the passage of hurricane isaac has exposed oil from the 2010 spill, along the louisiana and alabama coastline. b.p. acknowledged today that the oily tar came from its record- breaking leak at a gulf well site. the tar balls and mats had been buried under sand since then, but re-
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